creating an entry way….

Butter Baby- Found Design Miami

My current home does not have a dedicated entryway space so I am ready to create one off to the direct right of my front door in our office. So to create an entry way out of the entry might seem a bit backwards but just because the architecture of my house doesn’t allow for a traditional entryway doesn’t mean that I can’t have one!

1950's Retro Vintage Painted Abstract Art Chair- Vintage Renewal

To create an entryway of sorts I am going to use a refurbished dresser as a statement piece and bonus, the drawers are a  one stop storage shop for keys, magazines, mail, shoes, umbrellas and bags. Similar to this awesome “butter” colored piece (shown above) by Found Design Miami, I have chosen a dresser that is low and fits well with the room that I am preparing as my delayed entry way. A chair near your door is always a nice idea for comfortably taking off your shoes when you come in the door.

Reclaimed Lumber Shelves- Indian Summer Gardens

These shelves, made of salvaged wood are truly a standout piece and a great entryway organizer. Bringing in industrial or other unconventional textures can be a great way to give your room or entryway dimension and display of photographs is an instant uplift as you walk in the door.

For more entry way ideas check out this treasury list:  Entryway Items

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